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Fraxel Laser Treatment

Fraxel is an advanced fractional laser treatment that revitalizes your skin by targeting beneath the surface. It creates microscopic damage to boost collagen production, effectively smoothing out wrinkles and scars. Fraxel is beneficial for skin resurfacing, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, treating surface scarring, pigmentation, sun damage, and actinic keratosis, and is suitable for the face, neck, chest, shoulders, and back.

Fraxel Laser Treatment

How does it work?

The procedure involves passing the fractional laser over the face multiple times, penetrating the top skin layers to stimulate collagen and resurface the skin. Each session can last 15-45 minutes, with the entire process taking about 2 hours. Patients typically feel a ‘sunburn’ sensation post-treatment, and recovery may require a few days off. Most patients need 3-6 treatments for maximum results, with improvements visible in 1-3 weeks and collagen development continuing for 3-6 months after the last treatment.



1.- How long does it take to see results from Fraxel treatment?

Results typically start to show within 1-3 weeks post-treatment, with collagen development and skin improvements continuing for 3-6 months.

2.- Is the Fraxel treatment painful?

“Patients may experience a sensation similar to a sunburn during and after the treatment. Cooling methods, such as ice packs, can help alleviate discomfort in the first few hours post-treatment.”

3.- How many Fraxel treatments are needed?

The number of treatments varies per individual, but typically 3-6 sessions are required to achieve the desired results.”

Words from our happy clients

I planned by vacations around this treatment and it was the best decision ever. Got relaxed and my new baby face."

Ellison Oswalt

“I will definitely come back; the laser did magic with my dark spots. Plus, the sunscreen they recommended is helping the process".

Lorena Gutiérrez

The word LASER was intimidating, but thanks to the staff I almost fall asleep during the session, they made me feel so secure! ."

Theresa Granados